with songs and stories from Dana AND THE BROWN BROTHERS to thank God for all kinds of everything.
This week she talks about making friends, and William Rushton introduces Wizzy.
Director CYRIL GATES
Producer DAVID BROWN
Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
For Asian viewers. Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham
A series of 19 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
2:Let's Go Shopping
Presented by BRIAN RIX
A 25-part language course in Italian for beginners and near-beginners: programme 1 Introduced by MARISA DILLON-WESTON
With MARGHERITA GUZZINATi GIANCARLO PANNESE and ANNA MARIA BOCCI , ENRICO GRANATA ROBERTO MELA
Scripts ALFIO BERNABEI. ROMOLO BRUNI
Language teaching adviser PAUL COOPER Produced by TONY ROBERTS
Five programmes telling the story of crime fiction from Poe to the present.
3: Private Eyes
Commentary by JULIAN SYMONS
With GAVIN LYALL , ROSS MACDONALD Readings by ED BISHOP
Director DOUGLAS ARGENT
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Book (same title), paperback 13.25, hardback 15.35, from bookshops
The congregation of Mitcham Methodist Church, whose ages range from eight to 80, all join in a worship celebration on the theme The Housebuilders led by THE REV ROB FROST
Organist ERIC MCDONALD
Executive producer RAYMOND SHORT
News and views with PHILIP WRIXON , DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer john KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
at Home Sweet Home
Even the best-kept homes have them - thousands of minute creatures which live in your bed, your carpet and your cheeses. Narrator ERIC THOMPSON
Producer PETER RIDING
continues the season of classic adventure films. Today starring Anthony Steel , Laurence Harvey
The year is 1900. On the eve of his regiment's departure for the Sudan, Lieut Faversham resigns his commission and is branded a coward by his friends, who send him four white feathers. Faversham is determined to prove his honour - even at the risk of his life at the hands of the savage Dervish tribesmen. An outstanding British cast has been assembled for this colour remake of A, E. W. Mason 's classic story.
Screenplay by A. i. w. mason based 00 his novel The Four Feathers Produced by ZOLTAN KORDA
Directed by ZOLTAN KORDA and TERENCE YOUNG. Films : page 27
A. I. W.
Leif Erickson as Big John Cannon Cameron Mitchell as Buck Cannon Linda Cristal as Victoria Henry Darrow as Manolito in A Good Sound Profit
The Players Championship from Moor Park
Live coverage of the final stages of the tournament. A first prize of over Â£88,000 awaits the winner, among the contenders could be DAVID GRAHAM, the 1979 US PGA champion, GARY PLAYER from South Africa and all of Britain's leading golfers.
International Athletics from Crystal Palace British Mgot Games
Great Britain f Russia
A full International against the hosts of next year's Olympic Games is an appropriate finale to the outdoor athletics season, which for British athletics has been one of the best for many years.
Russia can call on some of the top athletes in the USSR, and many of those competing in this three-a-side match will be aiming for Olympic selection.
Organised by the British Amateur Athletics Board
Commentators DAvid cOLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Athletics producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
Reports yrom the othfetics iTtternatioMot on Ccc/a.c
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
Gracme Garden invites a team from Nationwide: Bob Wettings Sue Lawley, John Stapteton to challenge a team from R<M;g: Paul Greenwood Penny Leatherbarrow Tony Haygarth to a return match of a series of peculiar acting games, including this week's Tott Stony written and told by guest storyteller
Additional script PETER ROBtNSON Theme music BtLL LE s*GE Designer CHR)S HULL
Producer PETER CHARLTON
David Davies visits Everton to meet some of the local people including JOE DARBY , who works for the Mersey Dock and Harbour Company, and DAVID KiERANS. a mounted police officer. He talks to them about their life and faith expressed in their favourite hymns which they sing tonight with choirs and congregations in St George's Church.
Conductor COLYN VAUGMN Organist CAvm JACKS
Film editor CHRfs STEPHEN Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer ANCREW BARtt
(For hj/mns see tomorrou!, 3.15 pm)
The last in a series of ten episodes starring Peter Gitmore in Homeward BoMMd by CYRIL ABRAHAM , with Jessica Benton , Howard Lang JiU Gascoine , Mary Webster Christopher Douglas
Laura Hartong , Michaet Walker Maurice Cotbeume , Keith Jayne
'It's Onedin! Well, he'll not take us without a Oght. Best arm yourselves, lads.'
Series devised by CYRIL ABRAHAM Script editor MERVYN HAtSMAN Designer PETER BLACKER
Producer GERAtNT MORRIS Director GERALD BLAKE
Elizabeth, Lady Fogarty:
Earl of Marston:
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
starring Rod Taylor, Catherine Spaak, Karl Malden
Behind the elegant facade of the St Gregory Hotel in New Orleans, a conflict of high finance, intrigue and passion develops. For manager Peter McDermott , it's all in a day's work - until the beautiful French girl is involved ...
This glossy screen version of Arthur Hailey's best-selling novel portrays vividly the behind-the-scenes sweat and drama as well as the glamour and excitement of life in a luxury hotel.
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Duke of Lanbourne:
Eueft/MtOM reports on a 48-year-old peasant woman called Maria da Conceicao, whose community in Ladeira, Northern Portugal, has become the centre of an ecstatic cult. Her followers claim she is t saint, and she herself says she has visited heaven 15 times. Contrary to scientific evidence, she declares, the moon and various planets she passes on her way are inhabited. The Church has excommunicated her. This Rim shows two events which her followers acclaimed as miracles, witnesses the scenes of hysteria which accompanied them, and examines the reasons for her celebrity - and notoriety.
Film editor RICHARD BpoNsxiLL Film cameraman LAuptE RUSH Producer DANtEL WOLF
Editor wfLLiAM mcHOLSox
The .SOS TutMtMM ToMn:ameM< Players' Championship from Moor Park
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the nnal round of this £50,000 tournament and talks to the winner of the first prize of over £8,000.
Commentators PETER ALLiss CLIVE CLARK and ALEX HAY
Television presentation MCBAM TtLUNG and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Editor DAVID KENNING